Recent news and success stories from the DigiPen (Singapore) community.
DigiPen (Singapore) continues partnership with Institute of Banking and Finance and Workforce Singapore to prepare a future-ready workforce for the financial services sector.
How alumnus Thin Bing Zong’s interest in games eventually led to a career as a software development engineer at Amazon.
Students learn to become creators — and not just users — of technology as they build their own custom game engines.
SIT-DigiPen (Singapore) graduates saw strong employment outcomes with high employment rates and competitive starting salaries despite the pandemic.
Alumnus Jacky Chan talks about the rewards and demands of systems engineering, plus what others need to know about this field.
The new Steam publishing option is a move towards greater accessibility and visibility for DigiPen (Singapore) student work.
The Attach-and-Train (AnT) Programme for Cybersecurity Software Developer equips trainees with the skills to thwart cybercrime.
Find out how DigiPen (Singapore)’s multidisciplinary approach prepares designers, developers, and artists to work in the digital economy.
Raina Lim launched her start-up, Framing Me, to help others elevate their work-from-home setups.
Find out which DigiPen (Singapore) program is the best fit for you with this handy guide.
The Technology in Finance Immersion Programme was created to equip trainees with deep technical expertise for the financial industry.
Programmer Life is a 2D puzzle game that teaches children the basics of programming.
Jedidiah Siah is on a mission to help others realize the potential of using games beyond entertainment.
This training program was a collaboration with Ubisoft Singapore to equip staff and fresh hires with skills for AAA video game development.
For the 12th straight year, The Princeton Review has named DigiPen Institute of Technology one of the top five game design schools.
Yee Kar Kin is a lead CG artist at Koei Tecmo Singapore. He talks about his career journey and how others can prepare for a future in digital arts.
Senior lecturer Michael Thompson shares what budding UX designers should know to excel in this field.
Adrian Lim and Kenny Chong talk about their game development journeys and what it’s like to be Rioters.
Recently surveyed SIT-DigiPen (Singapore) graduates have reported strong overall employment and high median gross starting salaries.
Senior lecturer Sandara Tang shares what budding digital artists should look out for as they kick off their careers.